Former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow has heard his fair share of rowdy crowds traveling through the SEC during his three seasons as the Gators' starter.
So, when asked about UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen's comment from earlier this week that claimed there is little difference between a 50,000-person crowd and a 100,000 total attendance, Tebow, in town for the SEC Network's broadcasts from College Station, respectfully disagreed.
"It's totally different - 60,000 and 110,000," Tebow said. "It's drastically different. It's drastically different if you're playing at Vanderbilt versus Death Valley at LSU. They're not the same. It's not the same when 90,000 people are chanting against you and it feels like they are in the back of your ear versus some people clapping."
According to reports, Rosen was not concerned about the difference between the road crowds he'd heard in the PAC-12 and that of Kyle Field Saturday.
"After about 50k people, it all sounds about the same," UCLA QB Josh Rosen says about anticipating crowd noise at Kyle Field.— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) August 30, 2016
He later took to Twitter to put his statement into context.
Media, please don't take things out of context, "After about 50k fans, it all sounds the same, or doesn't, you really can't hear anything"— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) August 31, 2016
Fans can watch Tebow and his SEC Nation gang live from Kyle Field beginning at 9 a.m. and running until 11 a.m., or on the SEC Network.
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